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The newly expanded Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital opens May 1. Multidisciplinary care provided there... The newly expanded Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital opens May 1. Multidisciplinary care provided there by Washington University radiation oncologists, medical oncologists and surgeons helps to ensure that a patient’s treatment plan can be determined in one visit with a team of nationally recognized cancer specialists. 150 Entrance Way, St. Peters, MO 63376

The newly expanded Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital opens May 1. Multidisciplinary care provided there by Washington University radiation oncologists, medical oncologists and surgeons helps to ensure that a patient’s treatment plan can be determined in one visit with a team of nationally recognized cancer specialists.

Our facility on the campus of Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital in St. Peters, Mo., makes it easy for patients to receive world-class cancer care close to home.

“At Siteman-St. Peters, we offer our patients nationally recognized care in a community hospital setting,” said John DiPersio, MD, PhD, Siteman’s deputy director and the Virginia E. and Sam J. Golman Professor of Medicine at the School of Medicine. “With access to hundreds of clinical trials, advanced technology and world-class care, patients don’t have to choose between the two.”

Click here for a PDF of driving directions and a campus map.

Location Information

The Siteman Cancer Center has operated a facility on the campus of Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital since August 2005. An expansion that opened in April 2017 doubled the facilities size to 37,000 square feet. The free-standing facility, located just south of the hospital, offers a full range of adult cancer services, including medical thereapy, radiation therapy, education and support programs.

Physician care at our St. Peters facility is provided by Washington University medical and radiation oncologists and surgeons. The staff also includes nurse practitioners, oncology-certified nurses, a dietitian, a social worker, a massage therapist and additional support personnel to assist patients and family members. Research assistants located on site coordinate services for patients participating in clinical studies.

The St. Peters facility also offers:

  • Ample free parking right outside the door
  • On-site registration
  • On-site lab testing
  • Retail pharmacy
  • 16 medical oncology exam rooms
  • 28 chemotherapy infusion bays and four private infusion rooms
  • A garden visible from the chemotherapy area’s floor-to-ceiling windors
  • A cancer education center with literature and a computer for online information gathering
  • Two private family conference rooms
  • Internet access for patients, families and visitors
  • A medication room for mixing drugs
  • A CT simulator for radiation therapy treatment planning
  • Seven radiation oncology exam rooms
  • Two state-of-the-art linear accelerators with a wide range of treatment capabilities, including stereotactic body radiation therapy and stereotactic radiosurgery, which deliver precisely targeted radiation to tumors in the body or brain
  • Brachytherapy treatment for early stage breast cancer
  • Oncology data management software that provides a paperless system for registration, scheduling, billing, lab reporting, order entry and charting

Washington University Cancer Center Pharmacy – St. Charles County

Normal business hours:
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Pharmacy location:
100 Entrance Way
St. Peters, MO 63376

Contact information:
Phone:  636-916-9847
Fax: 636-916-9079
Contact:  Nichole Cole, Pharm.D.

Contact Information

Mailing Address
150 Entrance Way
St. Peters, MO 63376

Phone Number
636-916-9920

Appointments
Call: 314-747-7222 or 800-600-3606

Click here to make an online appointment request

Support Services

The following support programs are offered by the Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital. All programs except the Prostate Cancer support group and Look Good, Feel Better are held at the cancer center, 150 Entrance Way, St. Peters, MO 63376. For more information, call 636-916-9920.

KidsCan!

Focus: Kids Can! is a program designed to support children ages 4 to 12 who have a parent or significant caregiver with a diagnosis of cancer. It provides opportunities for kids to express their feelings through various activities in a safe and protective environment with a trained facilitator. Adults will be offered a program facilitated by a group leader. This program is supported by the Holt Foundation.

Meetings:

  • Third Wednesday of the month

From 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Location:
Siteman- St. Peters
150 Entrance Way
St Peters, MO 63376

To register: Call 636-916-9974.

Look Good, Feel Better

Focus: This American Cancer Society program is designed to help women undergoing cancer treatment learn to cope with appearance-related side effects and regain a sense of self-confidence and control over their lives.

Meetings:

  • April 4, 2016
  • June 6, 2016
  • August 1, 2016
  • October 3, 2016
  • December 5, 2016

From 10 a.m. to noon

Location:
Conference Room A/B
Barnes Jewish St. Peters Hospital
10 Hospital Dr.
St. Peters, MO 63376

To register: 314-286-8181

Prostate Cancer Support Group

Focus: A support group for men diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Meetings:

  • Second Wednesday of the month

From 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Location:
HealthWise Center
Professional Building I
6 Jungermann Circle, Suite 117
St. Peters, MO 63376

To register: Call 636-916-9947

Social Workers

Social workers are available to help patients and families cope with the challenges and problems caused by cancer. They provide assistance with such issues as lodging and transportation, rehabilitation and hospice care, and advance directives. They also identify community resources related to housing, employment, legal issues and financial concerns. For more information or to reach a social worker at this facility, call 636-916-9974

Patient and Family Advisory Council

In 2008, the Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital established a patient and family advisory council to enhance the patient and family experience and give these groups a voice in the care provided at the center.

The council, which meets monthly, consists of 18 patient and family members and nine staff liaisons who work together to discuss issues important to patients and families. Council members are diverse in terms of age, gender and cultural background. Together, they listen, communicate, plan and develop services that shape the delivery of cancer care.

To learn more about becoming a patient or family member of the council, call 636-916-9974. Patient members must be undergoing treatment or have previously received treatment at Siteman. A minimum of a one-year term is required.